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Wednesday, 28 March 2012 11:30

GVSU library project pushes LEED envelope

While Grand Valley State University’s new library project is taking shape at the school’s main campus, students will still have to wait to turn the page to a new era at the state-of-the-art learning facility.

Published in Design Build

Enrollments in Master’s of Business Administration programs usually reflect the vigor of the economy — in reverse.

Published in Education

With the new Seidman School of Business, Grand Valley State University aims to further cement its connection to Grand Rapids and to the region’s businesses

Published in Education
Monday, 19 March 2012 10:08

Office furniture expected to dip in 2012

After posting strong growth for 2011, the office furniture industry will experience a small decline this year and then pick up again in 2013, according to a new forecast.

Published in Manufacturing

The Right Place Inc. and Grand Valley State University each envision bringing more partners into the Grand Rapids SmartZone’s operations to better spur new business and job creation, according to responses each submitted to the Local Development Finance Authority’s request for qualifications.

Published in Economic Development

The annual “Michigan Celebrates Small Business” awards dinner is set for May 3 at the Lansing Center in downtown Lansing. Securing more underwriters enabled organizers to “substantially” lower ticket prices to $95, or $900 for a table of 10, in hopes of driving attendance higher, said Jennifer Deamud, associate state director of the Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center at Grand Valley State University.

Published in Small Business

Chinese professionals present their business cards with reverence, holding the card with both hands so it can be read by the person receiving it. But Americans oblivious to Chinese business customs might shove the card in a back pocket and continue talking, a gaffe sure to sour any business meeting.

Published in Small Business

Students from seven colleges came together on Saturday to answer the age-old investment question: “Buy, sell, or hold?”

Published in In the News

GVSU MinicoverGRAND RAPIDS — The health care jobs that are projected to grow the fastest in the years ahead reflect talent demands that are driven by an aging and unhealthy population, as well as changes in how care is delivered.

A need for more nurses easily tops an annual heath care employment outlook for West Michigan issued by Grand Valley State University economists. Using 2008-2018 projections from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, plus local graduation, retirement and turnover rates, GVSU projects health care providers will hire an average 1,747 nurses annually in the region for the next several years.

Published in Health Biz
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